Some Random Thoughts on My Daughter and Son-in-law’s Upcoming Chasanah

Tonight’s the big night and we are grateful to Hashem for this joyous occasion. Here are some random thoughts:

– It is possible to go from engagement to Wedding date in under 10 weeks

– Getting your response cards in early is really appreciated

– Sending a check with the response card, if you’re planning on giving a gift is a great idea

– Just like there is a wonderful change in family configuration on the birth of a newborn, so to there is a wonderful change with the addition of a son-in-law

– Focusing on the tremendous simcha makes the occasion even more enjoyable and many people have advised us that is even more important on the night of the Chasanah

– Every marriage is part of the continuing chain of the Jewish People, so it is a simcha everybody can share

– The time, energy and effort going into the Chasanah is a wonderful celebration of the beginning of a new couple’s dedicated service to Hashem

– Extending the family with great Machatunim is a wonderful feeling

16 comments on “Some Random Thoughts on My Daughter and Son-in-law’s Upcoming Chasanah

  1. Mazel Tov to both families! What a wonderful way to end and start a new year. May this year bring continued simchos and nachas to all of you and to the whole Klal Yisroel.

  2. Linda & Mark and the whole misphacha,

    A big hearty mazal tov to all of you!!!!!

    Sharon is getting married on Oct 10th!

    Marty Fleischer

  3. Mazel tov! May your children be blessed with a beautiful marriage that helps bring more light to our world!

  4. Mazel Tov to you and your extended family! Hope to see a full report from the Baal HaSimcha.

  5. Mazel Tov and only simchas! They should be zocheh to build a Bayis Neeman LeYisrael.

    BSD a year from now we should be wishing you Mazel Tov for another great addition to the family!

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